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A man has been jailed for 16 years for raping a young girl.
Yasir Mohammed, 41, claimed the girl was lying, but was found guilty by a jury of two counts of rape after a trial at Hull Crown Court.
He has now been jailed as Hull's most senior judge told him: "Your conduct can only be categorised as both depraved and cruel."
It took nearly 70 minutes of an interview with specially trained officers for the victim to disclose what had happened to her.

She could only tell police what happened by placing stickers on a diagram of the female body.
Judge Jeremy Richardson QC, Recorder of Hull and East Riding, told Mohammed: "It was very difficult for that very young child to explain precisely what happened.
"But with the assistance of experienced police officers it was possible for her, with the use of diagrams and other techniques, to explain your grotesque behaviour."
Medical examinations by a consultant paediatrician also revealed an injury consistent with sexual abuse.
The abuse came to light after the girl's mother noticed she was behaving "oddly", the court heard.
Mohammed had made threats in a bid to stop her reporting his crimes.
Judge Richardson said: "She also said that you told her not to say anything or 'We'd both be dead'."
Mohammed, who listened to proceedings through an interpreter in Kurdish Sorani, is still maintaining his innocence. He has convictions for violence but no sex crimes on his record.
His barrister, Paul Genney, said: "I say nothing as far as the offences are concerned. They are obviously very grave. The defendant would like to me to say, and I therefore will, he maintains the stance he took in the trial."
Mr Genney said: "By reasons of this man's background; the difficulties with the language, and he's blind in one eye, custody for him is going to be particularly hard."
The judge said Mohammed had made "a variety of outrageous assertions" in a bid to discredit witnesses in the case.
The second count represented rapes on occasions other than the first offence, and Mohammed was sentenced on the basis he had raped the victim "five or six times".
A child witness in the case said the offences took place "loads of times".
Judge Richardson said: "It is impossible for me to determine precisely how many times the rapes occurred.
"For the purposes of passing sentence upon you I can't be sure it was many occasions, but I am able to be sure it was in excess of four occasions.
"For the purposes of passing sentence, I am prepared to accept it was either five or six times."
The judge said the case was "exceptionally serious".
Mohammed, of Newington Avenue, west Hull, must serve at least two-thirds of his sentence before he can be considered for release, and had an additional year placed on any period on licence.
He was placed on the sex offenders register for life, and was made subject to a sexual harm prevention order for life.

'Depraved' Hull man Yasir Mohammed jailed for sick rape of young girl Hull Daily Mail  April 23, 2017

HAMPTON | A 71-year-old Hampton man facing sex abuse charges was jailed on a $200,000 bond Friday.
Michael Lynn Rodemeyer, Sr., was charged Thursday with two counts of felony second-degree sexual abuse and one count of felony third-degree sexual abuse.
He's accused of sexually abusing a child over a two-year period in Hampton and rural Franklin County, the Hampton Police Department said in a statement. 
Rodemeyer was transferred to the Hardin County Jail after his arrest. 
He remained incarcerated in the facility in Eldora on a $200,000 bond Friday.
The charges were requested by Hampton police and Franklin County sheriff's deputies. The departments were assisted by the Department of Human Services and the Child Protection Center.

Laurel police arrested a 41-year-old man Wednesday on charges of child abuse and sexual assault, the department said.
Omar Cameron of Laurel is charged with four counts of rape in the first degree, four counts of unlawful sexual contact in the second degree, continuous sexual abuse of a child, sexual abuse of a child in the first degree, four counts of endangering the welfare of a child and possession of marijuana.
This month, police "initiated an investigation related to allegations of possible child abuse (and) sexual assault," said Detective Tyler J. Bryan of the Laurel Police Department.
Cameron was taken into custody following the investigation, Bryan said.
He is being held at the Department of Correction after failing to post $804,100 cash bail.
Anyone having more information related to this case or other cases is urged to contact Bryan at (302) 875-2244 or Delaware Crime Stoppers (800) TIP-3333.

BLOOMINGTON — One of two adolescent girls raped by a 43-year-old Bloomington man testified Tuesday about an incident that reportedly took place during a 2014 birthday party sleepover in the basement of a Bloomington home.
The girl was the first witness in the trial of  Cristian Aranda on predatory criminal sexual assault and criminal sexual abuse charges.
Assistant State's Attorney Jacob Harlow asked the victim about "the bad thing that happened" as she slept with several other guests at the overnight party. When asked to identify Aranda as the man who sexually assaulted her, the child pointed toward the suspect but did not look directly at him and described his clothing, saying, "a white shirt." 
In his opening remarks, Harlow said details of the attacks were disclosed after one of the girls told a friend who reported the incident to her parents about two years after the incident.
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The second victim "was caught between a rock and a hard place" because she was acquainted with the suspect and felt she should keep quiet about the assault, said Harlow. She disclosed the assault after the first child's accusations were made, said the prosecutor.
Defense lawyer Joshua Rinker told jurors that "what this case is really about is the inconsistencies" between the version of events from the two girls and a third child who also was at the party.
The trial will continue Wednesday with testimony expected from the second suspect.

DECATUR – After deliberating for about 20 minutes, a jury convicted 36-year-old Ryan C. Morell of two counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse, for multiple sex acts he committed with one child in 2015.
As the clerk of Macon County Associate Judge James Coryell read the verdict a few minutes after noon Wednesday, Morell reacted by briefly closing his eyes while leaning his face on his folded hands at the defense table.
Morell, a Bethany resident, will be sentenced by Coryell at a hearing June 14. He is facing three to seven years in the Illinois Department of Corrections or probation. He will be ordered to register as a sex offender.
The victim, who was 9 and 10 years old at the time Morrell coerced her into sex acts, said she was “excited and glad” when she heard the verdict in the last row of the gallery, then burst into tears.
In the hallway a short time later, a reporter saw her raise both fists in triumph, then give a signal of two thumbs up.
The Herald & Review does not typically name victims of sexual abuse.
“I'm glad I saved my sister and my brother will grow stronger through this,” said the adolescent victim, whose testimony Monday in the three-day trial was a key element in the state's case.
Assistant State's Attorney Kate Kurtz presented 10 witnesses, including Morell's mother, who testified that her son told her after he was arrested that the girl initiated the sexual contact with him.
Morell, who has been free on bond since two days after his arrest, testified Wednesday that he was not involved in sex acts with the girl. After he was convicted, his bond was revoked, he was handcuffed and escorted back to the jail.
The DNA evidence was another key element leading to Morell's conviction. Forensic scientist Jennifer Acosta-Talbot of the Illinois State Police crime laboratory, testified that there were 24 semen stains found on a pink blanket. One of those stains was tested, and forensic scientist Dana Pitchford said it matched Morell's DNA profile.
The victim had testified that her pink blanket was covering Morell during some of the incidents.
Under direct examination by his attorney, Todd Ringel of Bloomington, Morell testified that the semen found on the girl's pink blanket was there because he used the blanket to wipe himself off during acts with an adult. Under cross-examination by Kurtz, he could not recall one specific incident when that occurred.
The victim testified that Morell caused her to commit sex acts with him five times, beginning the summer before she entered fourth grade.
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“It was gross,” she said.
She spoke clearly under direct examination by Kurtz about how the incidents occurred and how she finally decided to tell a child relative, then an adult.
The victim said she overheard Morell talking to her mother, but he did not tell her mother what had happened between them.
“He didn't mention everything that happened,” the victim said. “I was kind of confused.”
She asked her grandmother if “it was normal” to engage in that kind of behavior with an adult.
“Why hadn't you told an adult before that?” Kurtz asked.
“Because I wanted to see if it was normal before I did anything,” the young girl replied.
The girl's grandmother testified that she told her about the incidents, then “she started to cry.” Her granddaughter told her she had remained silent after the first four incidents, but then it happened again the previous night.
The grandmother called her husband, who called the girl's mother at work. That day the incidents were reported to the police.
In her closing argument, Kurtz said the girl made up her mind on Aug. 19 to tell an adult.
“She knew it was time to tell,” Kurtz told the jurors. “She knew something was not right.”
After the verdict, the girl's mother said she was grateful justice prevailed.
“I'm grateful for all of the support, and my daughter is the strongest person I know,” she said. “I prayed for God's will, and that's what I got.”

Bethany man convicted of sexually abusing girl 
  • A Denison man who was originally from El Salvadore showed no emotion Wednesday as State District Court Judge Rayburn Nall Jr. sentenced him to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
    Jurors took approximately 30 minutes to convict Jorge Geovany Hernandez of continuous sexual abuse of a child. Hernandez, who has spent a year in the Grayson County Jail on an Immigration and Customs Enforcement hold, had also been indicted on charges of aggravated sexual assault of a child and indecency with a child.
    An ICE hold means the federal agency tasked with enforcing immigration laws believes that individual to be an undocumented immigrant or that the crime the suspect is accused of is a deportable offense, even if the immigrant is documented.
    In a recorded interrogation, Hernandez told Denison Police Detective John Watt the older of the two little girls seduced him into the acts he committed against the children.
    Prosecutors Britton Brooks and Matt Johnson had elected to try him on the top count he faced, the continuous abuse charge, in hopes of seeing him spend the rest of his life in prison, Brooks said earlier in the week.
    That plan seemed to have worked Wednesday morning.
    Anybody that has the audacity to sexually molest two sweet little girls deserves nothing less than life in prison without parole,” Brooks said speaking of Hernandez, who Brooks characterized as “a monster.”
    “The evidence showed that Jorge Hernandez committed the most despicable acts that, in my 10 years, I’ve ever seen committed against a child,” Brooks said.
    Brooks said the life-without-parole sentence is about protecting children from Hernandez for the rest of his life. Johnson said there is proof that people like Hernandez don’t lose the urge to abuse children just because they get caught and sent to prison.
    “That’s what the sex offender therapy and treatment program that the state has is kind of designed around is those (recidivism numbers),” Johnson said.
    He then thanked Nall for handing down the maximum sentence possible in the case.
    “It sends a very strong message to the community that child molesters are going to get caught,” Johnson said. “They’re going to go to prison for a very long time if they do this to a child. And it also sends a good message to the victims out there that they will be believed if they come forward and tell the truth, and they can get justice.
    MEDIA COURTHOUSE >> A 35-year-old Chester man was sentenced to slightly more than 9 to 18 years in a state prison last week for sexually assaulting a young girl in late 2014.
    Delaware County Court of Common Pleas Judge Anthony Scanlon also ordered Harry Cottman Jr. to stay away from the victim, comply with sex-offender rules for parole and probation and follow any treatment recommendations in evaluations.
    A jury deliberated for about two hours after a trial in January before convicting Cottman on charges of aggravated indecent assault of a child, indecent assault of a person less than 13 years old and endangering the welfare of a minor.
    The victim, now 8 years old, testified via closed-circuit television that her mother was showering one morning in late 2014 when the assault occurred.
    “I came downstairs and he got on top of me … on the couch,” the girl said. “He put his hands in my pants.”
    The victim told Assistant District Attorney Ryan Grace that Cottman assaulted her. The jury also heard three taped interviews conducted with the girl by Delaware County Children and Youth Services and the Child Advocacy Center, in which the victim said Cottman had kissed her mouth, chest, arms, legs, toes, and buttocks.
    Dr. June Elcock-Messam, of Media Pediatrics, said she conducted an examination of the child Dec. 18, 2014, and discovered a small laceration on her vaginal area. Elcock-Messam said the girl was initially hesitant and described the assault mostly through a series of hand gestures, indicating Cottman used his hands to touch her vagina and buttocks. The victim told Elcock-Messam that he had hurt her in doing so.
    Cottman denied ever touching the girl inappropriately during trial and said he barely touched her at all because he was fearful that some accusation could be made just from general contact.
    Cottman claimed the girl was jealous of his closer relationship with his own biological children and that the victim’s father had previously vowed to gain full custody as part of “a bigger jealousy.”
    Harry Cottman Sr. reiterated at sentencing April 10 that there was a larger plot involving a man that his son had beaten up. He noted Cottman had a decent management job and that he had brought him into his church.
    Cottman also said he had a position of trust at his job and several people working under him, adding that he has two daughters at home who miss him.
    Defense attorney Steve Leach asked the judge to merge the two assault charges for the purpose of sentencing and sought a lengthy probationary detail.
    Grace argued the two charges referred to two separate incidents – the touching and the kissing – and sought a sentence of 11 to 22 years with 10 years of probation. He said child sexual assault is “one of the worst things that a human being can do.”
    Scanlon agreed with Grace on both points before rendering his sentence, noting there is “nothing more heinous” than the sexual abuse of a child.
    The Sexual Offenders Assessment Board found Cottman does not meet the criteria for a sexually violent predator, but he will have to register as a sexual offender for life.

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office reports 25-year-old Joshua Ellington is accused of  sexually abusing a young child. 
    According to police, the victim spoke with the Child Protection Team and gave a history of sexual abuse by the suspect which consisted of digital penetration. 
    Police say Ellington went to the police station to take a polygraph test and failed when asked about digitally penetrating the victim. 
    Ellington was arrested and transported to the Pre-Trial Detention Facility (PTDF). 

    OGDENSBURG — State police charged Kurtis C. Meuten, 30, of Ogdensburg with first-degree rape: intercourse with a person under 11 years old and acting in a manner injurious to a child under 17 years old stemming from a complaint filed with police at 7:45 p.m. Friday from the town of Oswegatchie.
    No further information was available.

    Ogdensburg man charged with rape of child APRIL 23, 2017

    A man has been sentenced to 92 years in state prison for sexually abusing six girls over a span of 26 years, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday.

    A jury convicted Martin Ruiz Sanchez, 53, in February of three counts of lewd acts upon a child, two counts of child molesting and one count each of continuous sexual abuse, oral copulation or sexual penetration with a child 10 years old or younger and forcible lewd acts upon a child, the district attorney’s office said in a released statement.
    Prosecutors said Sanchez sexually molested six girls, between the ages of 4 and 7, from 1989 to 2015. During Sanchez’s trial two additional victims testified about him sexually assaulting them as well, prosecutors said.
    In 2015, one of the victims contacted police in San Antonio, Texas, which sparked the investigation into Sanchez.
    He was arrested in Stockton in September 2015.
    Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Tammy Chung Ryu also ordered Sanchez to register as a lifetime sex offender.

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